In between the analysis and absorption of the impact of both these government actions, Warren Buffett, the sage of Omaha, announced his intentions to buy the H.J. Heinz, the beloved ketchup brand of most Americans, for $23 billion.
This week's episode, "Tea Leaves," deals with the passing of time. The constant fear of death and change are both about the fear of being replaced, of the younger honchos taking over as time moves forward.
Despite the global economic downturn and ongoing issues related to currency fluctuation, Heinz has stayed healthy and strong. One of the most important reasons why is the company's ongoing efforts to pursue reinvention and optimization simultaneously.